DIY Tech Tips: British Chopper Wiring

Article By: Tyler Malinky

Originally Published In The February 2011 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine

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As a follow-up to our last DIY Tech Tip on cleaning up your bike’s wiring, here are several wiring diagrams that will apply to your Triumph, BSA or other British chopper or custom bike project. This is the nitty-gritty; no turn signals, horn, heated grips or other superfluous voltaic components included to slow you down. These are just a few of many possible ways you can wire your bike to run and to have lights, including an electronic ignition, stock points and coils but with no battery, and an aftermarket magneto. Hopefully these illustrations will help you to attack wiring your bike with vigor.

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Triumph- “British Wiring Diagram” Boyer Dual-Coil

 

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Triumph- “British Wiring Diagram” Boyer Single-Coil

 

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Triumph- “British Wiring Diagram” No-Battery Capacitor

 

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Triumph- “British Wiring Diagram” Magneto

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